Thursday, April 2, 2015

Court Stuff

Willingboro songwriter, partner, sue over Mary J. Blige song

Thursday, January 15, 2009, 9:36 AM
Two New Jersey songwriters have filed a copyright-infringement suit against mega-producer Rodney Jerkins, singer Mary J. Blige, rapper Jay-Z, Universal Music Group and a dozen other defendants in U.S. District Court in South Jersey. The songwriters, Jermaine Jumpp, of Willingboro, and Michael C. Adams... Read more

Smokin' Joe's son looks forward to day in court

Monday, October 6, 2008, 8:56 AM
Smokin' Joe Frazier's son Joe Mahoney is looking forward to testifying Oct. 15 against three employees of Cavanaugh's River Deck (407 N. Columbus), who are charged with beating him senseless outside the club last year. We reported in August 2007 about the arrest of club co-owner Ken Hutchins, and security... Read more

Opie's Philly fiancee sues New York Post

Tuesday, July 1, 2008, 8:34 AM
Lynsi Smigo, the Northeast-raised fiancee of radio host Gregg "Opie" Hughes, has sued the New York Post seeking $10 million over an April 23 item suggesting that she had made a sex tape with Chester County "Jackass" Bam Margera. The paper, presumably under legal pressure, reported... Read more

Vegas casino sues Barkley for $400K, Sir Charles says he'll pay up

Thursday, May 15, 2008, 5:20 PM
The Wynn Las Vegas filed suit in Nevada against Sixers legend Charles Barkley alleging the Round Mound of Rebound never paid back $400,000 in markers the casino spotted him in October, TMZ reported earlier today. The Associated Press is reporting that Barkley, reached on an Alabama golf course, says... Read more

Spin mag threatens local rockers

Monday, January 14, 2008, 7:13 PM
Spin magazine has issued a legal letter to local rockers SPiN insisting the group, recently sponsored by the Jagermeister liquor brand, cease and desist using its name. Spin’s lawyers write there’s a “strong likelihood of consumer confusion” and that the magazine will pursue... Read more

Will an Alycia suit be best served cold?

Monday, January 14, 2008, 8:22 AM
AFTER ALYCIA LANE was fired a week ago, all signs indicated a wrongful termination lawsuit against CBS3 was forthcoming from her attorney Paul Rosen. Rosen, of Spector, Gadon, and Rosen, issued a statement calling Lane's termination an "unusual and unwarranted step" as she had not been convicted... Read more
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